In order to be successful as a homesteader, you need to realize that homesteading requires hard work and dedication.
Believe it or not, buying a piece of land in the countryside is not a pipe dream, even if you have practically no money.
It’s been said that all homesteaders are preppers but not all preppers are homesteaders. Many homesteaders may start out as preppers.
Homesteading is a lifestyle that takes a lot of work (and also reaps massive rewards). Here’s how to make it a success.
In order to survive their arduous journey and rugged way of life, pioneers needed a set of self-reliant skills if they wanted to survive.
Raising kids on a homestead is a great way to give them a head start in life. The skills and values they learn will help them be successful.
There are some pieces of advice that apply to all homesteaders. Here is our list of homesteading tips to help you focus on what is important.
It may not look like the homestead of your dreams, but if you consider it a work in progress, you can homestead even when you’re broke.
Most security threats can be solved with simple solutions, making your homestead safe and secure. Here are 7 ways to beef up security.
In this video, Brad and his wife explain how they feed a family with 7 children on a budget of $250 a month.